Monthly Archives: October 2012

Young Emerging Leaders

by Joely Ross We all find ourselves looking back wondering where the time went. It seems as if we started on our professional development track just the other day and upon reflection, may notice how fascinating that journey has been. … Continue reading

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Balance: Moving toward? Status quo? Juggling?

by Jane Haskell Moving toward personal balance that slides over into my work life is constantly evolving. I know I am moving toward balance or juggling in a project because I ‘feel’ it in my heart. This is not an … Continue reading

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Using Service-Learning to Enhance Your After-School Environment

by Laura Rog After-school programming was one of my favorite activities when I worked as a K-12 service-learning coordinator. It provided such a rich environment for exploration and engagement – the students loved learning to cook healthy snacks, challenging their … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Earnest

by Daniel Martinage, CAE It’s that time of the year again—with summer over and autumn in full swing many of us have a renewed sense of purpose, energy and intention. Although the New Year is most often associated with people … Continue reading

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“Hi! Nice to Meet You. Let’s Get Married.” How (Not) to Start a Partnership AND How to Prepare

by Lori Tsuruda Nearly everyone wants to be in a good partnership, but just as in our personal lives, it’s important to take the time to identify mutually beneficial interests and to invest effort into developing a relationship instead of … Continue reading

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